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Procedure WriteBin outputs the specified data to a binary file. The variable length parameter list specifies the data to be written to the file. <BR>
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Procedure WriteBin outputs the specified data to a binary file. The variable length parameter list specifies the data to be written to the file.
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Supported data types include INTEGER (2-bytes), REAL (8-bytes), LONGINT (4-bytes), CHAR (1-byte) or STRING/DYNARRAY OF CHAR (see remarks). <BR>
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Supported data types include INTEGER (2-bytes), REAL (8-bytes), LONGINT (4-bytes), CHAR (1-byte) or STRING/DYNARRAY OF CHAR (see remarks).
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The bytes will be written as little-endian. <BR>
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The bytes will be written as little-endian.
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Strings will require two additional INTEGER parameters: symbol count and encoding: 0 – mac; 1 – win; 2 – system; 3 – UTF8; 4 – UTF16.</desc>
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Revision as of 06:00, 25 December 2017

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Description

Procedure WriteBin outputs the specified data to a binary file. The variable length parameter list specifies the data to be written to the file.

Supported data types include INTEGER (2-bytes), REAL (8-bytes), LONGINT (4-bytes), CHAR (1-byte) or STRING/DYNARRAY OF CHAR (see remarks).

The bytes will be written as little-endian.

Strings will require two additional INTEGER parameters: symbol count and encoding:

0 – mac
1 – win
2 – system
3 – UTF8
4 – UTF16
PROCEDURE WriteBin(
z  :ANY);
def vs.WriteBin(z):
    return None

Parameters

z ANY

Example

WriteBin(Value1);

Version

Availability: from Vectorworks 2018

See Also

VS:ReadBin | VS:Open
[[VS:ReadBin]] | [[VS:Open]]
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